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American culture “The city seen from the Queensboro Bridge is always the city seen for the first time, in its first wild promise of all the mystery and the beauty in the world.” F. Top ten New York travel attractions: New York skyline Now surf the following sites to learn something about the history of the city History of New York timeline history: Some information about New Times Square Brooklyn Bridge And now watch the videos below A day out in New NY You read some information and watched some videos about New York. Can you name some of the most famous NY attractions? Let's sing "New York New York" with Frank Sinatra ..." ... ...and "Sunday Morning New York Blue" with Rob Thomas! Which song did you like the most? Read carefully the lyrics, Tom Wolfe

~ Anime ~ Types of writing systems Writing systems can be divided into two main types: those that represent consonants and vowels (alphabets), and those which represent syllables (syllabaries), though some do both. There are a number of subdivisions of each type, and there are different classifications of writing systems in different sources. You can find links to all the writing systems on Omniglot in the A-Z index. Abjads / Consonant Alphabets Abjads, or consonant alphabets, have independent letters for consonants and may indicate vowels using some of the consonant letters and/or with diacritics. The image below shows the word 'language' in Arabic and Hebrew, both without vowel marks (unvocalised) and with vowel marks (vocalised). In Semitic languages like these most words have roots made up of three consonants, e.g. k-t-b (كتب) is the root for words related to marking, inscribing or writing in Arabic. Many of the ancient alphabets used in West Asia and North Africa were abjads, as are the Arabic and Hebrew scripts.

Something of that Ilk -- Relative Effectiveness of Compound Obscenities Permalink: Weekend challenge: submit your favorite compound curse word! Points will be awarded for creativity, effectiveness, and word structure. Winners will be entered into a drawing which will take place on the one millionth unique visitor hit. Start your engines! A little Brit of us Home - Photo editor and photo effects online, edit images with BeFunky

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Dessert for Nine - Banana Split Bites {A Guest Post By @3kidsandus} Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to subscribe to my RSS feed for updates. Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by. Come back soon! Cat Davis is the professional mom blog author of 3 Kids and Us where she shares her life as a police officer’s wife, mom to three young children, love of traveling Illinois, family recipes and serving as a mom brand ambassador through product reviews. One thing people quickly learn about me is my profound love for cooking, baking and creating desserts. As quickly as my skill set grew, so did the place settings at the family dinner table. With this dessert you can satisfy the sweet tooth of any sized family, make it in less than 15 minutes in 5 simple steps and create a nice variety for the picky little people in your life. What You’ll Need: Cut bananas into thirds, without peeling the bananas. Using a melon ball scooper, carve a pocket into the center of each banana without scraping the bottom or sides. Be Sociable, Share!